Re: Odd behaviour
DEFFONTAINES Vincent <Vincent.DEFFONTAINES@coe.int> wrote on 27/08/2002 (19:26) :
> I believe this behaviour is the default from syslogd.
> See your /etc/syslog.conf file
> If some of its sections point to a /dev/console, that's the reason why you
> get log messages on console.
Found the problem. I was probably too sleepy last time I started
complining the kernel because I had disabled the network support.
Enabling it solved all my problems. I got a hint as X wouldn't start as
it couldn't talk to any sockets it said and there where no mention of
/dev/console in /etc/syslog.conf.